Foreign direct investment in Mexico has not increased in 2024

By Felipe Ledezma 


May 28, 2024

Citibanamex's Economic Studies division's latest report notes a positive shift in investor confidence towards Mexico's business environment and economic stability for the first quarter of 2024. However, the expected increase in new investments has not yet occurred.

The latest report from Citibanamex's Economic Studies division highlights a significant trend in Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) figures for the first quarter of 2024. While there is acknowledgment of a positive shift in FDI behavior, characterized by a change in investor confidence towards Mexico's favorable business environment and economic stability, the expected increase in new investments has not yet materialized.

The report notes that there is a noticeable optimism among foreign investors regarding Mexico's economic landscape, supported by a perception of stability and promising business prospects. This positive sentiment is attributed to various factors, including ongoing efforts to streamline regulatory processes, enhance transparency, and create a conducive environment for business growth.

Despite this encouraging outlook, the report suggests that the actual influx of new investments has been slower to materialize than initially anticipated. While foreign investors have confidence in Mexico's economic fundamentals, the translation of this confidence into tangible investment activity is still awaited.

Economía, in its presentation of the FDI report, emphasizes the need for continued efforts to capitalize on the positive sentiment among foreign investors. This involves sustained focus on implementing policies conducive to investment, addressing any remaining regulatory hurdles, and actively promoting Mexico's potential as an attractive destination for foreign capital.

In summary, while the first quarter of 2024 reflects a notable shift in FDI behavior driven by increased confidence in Mexico's economic stability and business environment, the expected surge in new investments has yet to materialize fully. The report underscores the importance of leveraging this positive sentiment to further bolster investment inflows and propel Mexico's economic growth trajectory forward.


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